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Microsoft's Yummy Kitchen.

Yummy Kitchen is a concept from Microsoft to connect kitchens to the blogosphere (cooking network and food blogosphere, that is!):

It recommends you a good lunch, according to your food supply, current diet and receipes from the web. Yummy is specially designed for the kitchen. No waste of space : it fits on the wall. It is designed to enhance standing interactions (fast and simple operations) in the kitchen.

Link - via Techie Diva


"I'm sorry. Microsoft DRM (Dining Rights Management) couldn't find a registered version of that recipe in your library. You will not be able to prepare this meal until you register this recipe."
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This reminds me of those failed internet appliances from 96 or so. They were supposed to just check email, keep a calendar, and browse the web with a small, simple device that could be placed in the kitchen. I'm busy working on converting one with some nice retro styling into a touchscreen remote for our media center pc.
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When you follow the links, it doesn't look like it's a Microsoft product per se, but actually a third-party entry into some kind of contest sponsored by Microsoft.

In other words, Microsoft didn't come up with this idea.
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